The state of Georgia’s net tax collections for the month of October totaled $1.3 billion, an increase of $67 million or 5.4 percent compared to October 2010, Gov. Nathan Deal reported today.
Commissioner Howell moves to Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities as counsel
Melissa C. Thurlow, Georgia State Board of Occupational Therapy
Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that The Home Depot, the world’s largest home improvement retailer, has chosen Kennesaw as home for a new national customer service call center, which will create nearly 700 jobs for Georgia.
Banking services provider expanding Georgia operations, investing $1.9 million
T. Charlton Rogers, Georgia Rural Development Council
Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that Georgia once again has received triple-A bond ratings from all three major municipal bond rating agencies. The ratings are in advance of next week’s planned General Obligation Bond Sale.
Gov. Nathan Deal today congratulated the Georgia State Patrol which this week was named the top state police/ highway patrol agency in the country in the category of 501 to 1,000 sworn officers.
The National Association of Charter School Authorizers today presented Gov. Nathan Deal with its inaugural Award for Excellence in Leadership. This honor is presented in recognition of Gov.